Going by media reports, N Srinivasan may attend the International Cricket Council's meeting slated for April 9 and 10 when he will represent the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
However, Senior Counsel Harish Salve, who represented petitioner Aditya Verma, said: "If he (Srinivasan) does so (attends the ICC meeting), we will take up the issue in Court during our next hearing (April 16)."
Even before this correspondent could complete his question (whether Cricket Australia would be comfortable with Srinivasan as ICC chairman despite India's Supreme Court verdict), Wally Edwards, the CA chairman remarked, "we cannot comment on this. It is the Indian cricket board's internal matter and there's no point in discussing it."
Cricket Australia (CA) is one of ICC's 'Big Three' after India and England. There has been no reaction from the England and Wales cricket board too.
Srinivasan's big seat at the ICC appears safe as of now, but other countries are keenly following the developments in Indian cricket. "Please keep us informed about the day-to-day matters," was one national cricket board chairman's request.